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ENTRÉ/KPR

English translation: entrance/cloakroom

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Swedish term or phrase:ENTRÉ/KPR
English translation:entrance/cloakroom
Entered by: Helen Johnson
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12:07 Oct 30, 2007
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Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / floor plan of premises
Swedish term or phrase: ENTRÉ/KPR
It's the KPR abbreviation that I can't imagine.
On the floor plan, ENTRÉ/KPR is in a room next to 2 armchairs and a small table.
Advice appreciated.
Helen Johnson
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:39
entrance/cloakroom
Explanation:
Kpr = kapprum
Selected response from:

George Hopkins
Local time: 05:39
Grading comment
:) They'd written it in full on other pages. Never occurred to me. Thanks, George!
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entrance/cloakroom


Explanation:
Kpr = kapprum

George Hopkins
Local time: 05:39
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Grading comment
:) They'd written it in full on other pages. Never occurred to me. Thanks, George!
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